Absolute Hell Tickets

Lyttelton Theatre, National, London
Absolute Hell
Lyttelton Theatre, National, London
Our Review 4 / 5
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An intoxicating plunge into post-war Soho.

Bomb-blasted London. A Soho den in the hangover from World War II, where members drink into the darkness, night after night. Lying, fighting and seducing, these lost souls and bruised lovers struggle from the rubble of war towards an unknown future.

Previews from |
18th April 2018
Opening date |
25th April 2018
Booking from |
14th June 2018
Available until |
16th June 2018
Categories |
By:
Rodney Ackland
Director:
Joe Hill-Gibbins
Lighting:
Jon Clark
Sound:
Paul Arditti
Design:
Lizzie Clachan
Choreography:
Movement by Jenny Ogilvie
Costume:
Nicky Gillibrand
Other info:
Music director is Harvey Brough

Lyttelton Theatre, National Venue Information

Address:
Lyttelton Theatre, National, South Bank, London, SE1 9PX
Nearest tube:
Waterloo

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Our Review of Absolute Hell

4/5

It was a fringe rediscovery of this 1952 play at Richmond's Orange Tree in 1988 that reignited interest in this neglected play, and led directly to a famous 1991 TV version, directed by Antony Page and starring Judi Dench as the landlady of a Soho drinking club in 1945 Britain. Page subsequently directed Dench in the play's stage return to the National in 1995, and now it gets its second NT outing on the same expansive Lyttelton stage in a stunning production that teems with life... Read more

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